This Tudor Revival home was built in 1928 by noted architect Harry Satterlee Bill.
- Feb. 6, 2012 — Six properties to be honored by Columbia’s Historic Preservation Commission — Columbia Missourian. Includes photographs for the 1928 Harry Satterlee Bill Tudor Revival home in the Grasslands, the 1929 Kappa Kappa Gamma (Sorority) House, Columbia College’s Missouri Hall, and the Columbia Telephone Company building which now houses CenturyLink.
- Feb. 6, 2012 — Arrowhead Motel, Calvary Cemetery highlight ‘most notable’ places — Columbia Missourian. Highlights the history of two of the 2012 Notable Properties, Arrowhead Motel and Calvary Cemetery.
- Feb. 7, 2012– Test your knowledge of Columbia’s notable properties — Columbia Missourian. Photos with test on the six properties named to the 2012 Notable Properties.
2 Comments Add yours
Part of this info is incorrect. Florence Bill’s maiden name was Harrison (father: John William Harrison of St. Louis, MO) – NOT Henderson.
Linda, thanks so much for your comment. You are, of course, absolutely correct and I will update this information. I always appreciate eagle-eyed readers like you! As I’m sure you know, Florence Harrison Bill is buried in St. Louis, although she lived and died in Columbia. Again, thanks for the information.